Get the Apple iPhone SE for $249 (again)

Get the Apple iPhone SE for $249

Apple discontinued the iPhone SE back in September, but the smartphone made a brief return in the clearance section of Apple's website earlier this week. The discounted stock sold out in less than 24 hours, but it appears to have returned once again.

[UPDATE] Unfortunately, the iPhone SE appears to have sold out yet again in under 24 hours. It is not known at this time if Apple will be bringing back new stock.

Apple has priced the base version of the iPhone SE with 32GB of storage at a newly discounted price of $249, which is $100 lower than its previous retail price of $349. The 128GB version can be purchased for $399 ($150 off its previous retail price).

The Apple iPhone SE was first introduced in 2016. It shares the iPhone 5s design featuring a 4-inch display and a similar metal design. Its specs include a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 1.2-megapixel front camera, a TouchID fingerprint scanner, and is powered by an Apple A9 chipset with 2GB of RAM. The chipset is the same one found in the iPhone 6s and the iPad (2017).

If you are looking for an affordable iPhone in 2019, this is definitely the cheapest Apple has to offer. Check the link below and grab one while stocks last.

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